Saturday, July 23, 2011

David Guetta Live Online Monegros Desert Festival 2011

Live streaming from the desert of Monegros region Spain for the 2011 Monegros Desert Festival, featuring techno, hip-hop , drum and bass music and dance. Watch online festival stream.

This live feed is at the Monegros Desert Festival, featuring David Guetta as the headline act:

Event information:

The festival began as a meeting of the patrons of the club Florida 135 , was first held in 1994 and today has become one of the most important events of European electronic culture. With an influx in recent editions of 40,000 people, it is an event that affects the whole area, as cities such as Lleida , Zaragoza and Huesca and the surrounding villages of the estate of the festival, see their hotel rooms benefit from being full for the days of the festival.

Los Monegros is a comarca in Aragon, Spain. It is located within the provinces of Zaragoza and Huesca. The area is prone to chronic droughts, and much of the area is badlands. Los Monegros borders seven comarcas: Hoya de Huesca to the North; Somontano de Barbastro, Cinca Medio, and Bajo Cinca to the East; Zaragoza to the West; and Ribera Baja del Ebro and Bajo Aragón-Caspe to the South.

German Grand Prix Qualifying Live Stream, Nürburgring Online

The German Grand Prix was designated the European Grand Prix four times between 1954 and 1974, when this title was an honorary designation given each year to one grand prix race in Europe.

This live feed is at the Nurburgring for the German Grand Prix qualifying sessions on Saturday 23 July 2011:

Location Information:

The Nürburgring is a motorsport complex around the village of Nürburg, Germany. It features a modern Grand Prix race track built in 1984, and a much longer old North loop track which was built in the 1920s around the village and medieval castle of Nürburg in the Eifel mountains. It is located about 70 km (43 mi) south of Cologne, and 120 km (75 mi) northwest of Frankfurt. The old track was nicknamed The Green Hell by Jackie Stewart and is widely considered the toughest, most dangerous, and most demanding purpose-built racing circuit in the world.

One of the original purposes of the Nordschleife was as a test track for auto manufacturers, and its demanding layout had been traditionally used as a proving ground. Weekdays are often booked for socalled Industriefahrten for auto makers and the media. With the advent of the internet, awareness of the Nordschleife has risen in Germany and abroad, also in print media. In 1999, Porsche reported that their new 996 GT3 had lapped the Ring in under 8 minutes, and in subsequent years, manufacturers from overseas also showed up to test cars. Some high performance models are promoted with videotaped laps published on the web, and the claimed lap times are generating discussions. Few of these supercars are actually entered in racing where the claims could be backed up.